Type of Congenital Uterine Anomaly and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

By on January 20, 2017

A uterine anomaly (also called mullerian anomaly) refers to  a uterus that does not have normal shape (pear-shaped0.  There are several subtypes of uterine anomalies and each can have a different impact pregnancy for women with these uterine abnormalities.  In this study, we report pregnancy complication rates in a large cohort of women with uterine anomalies, based on the whether the defect was minor or major.

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